Great Falls Symphony presents
Great Falls Symphony Chamber Music Series
The Chinook Winds present


January 22 & 24

Don’t let winter get you down. Join us for an evening of great music and hot cider!

The Chinook Winds present “Windscapes”, a concert inspired by snowy scenes, northern lights, images of winter weather from far away places. The program features Wind Quintet, Op. 43 by Danish composer Carl Nielsen, as well as works by composers from Iceland and Sweden. Patrons will enjoy hot cider and treats at the reception too!

“Windscapes” also features guest visual artist, Dakotah Watson, who will create new works of art during each concert!

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Sun, Jan 22 – 2:00pm
1st Congregational UCC
2900 9th Ave S
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Tues, Jan 24 – 7:00pm
C.M. Russell Museum
400 13th St N
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Concert Admission

Individual tickets:
$15 Adults / $5 Students

Season Pass
$75 Adults / $25 Students

A Season Pass is a punch card that grants you SEVEN admissions. It can be used in any combination. Bring up to seven people to one concert or save admissions for future CMS performances. A $105 value!

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about the


Music Group, Chinook Winds
The Chinook Winds, Montana’s Wind Quintet, are the resident wind quintet of the Great Falls Symphony. Established in 1992, the Quintet’s mission is simple: bring the highest quality chamber music to a wide variety of audiences in the northwest. Their programs include classic wind quintet literature, works featuring local composers and artists, unique arrangements of popular songs, and a captivating sense of energy that keeps audiences riveted.

The Chinook Winds include Norman Gonzales, flute; Lauren Blackerby, oboe; Christopher Mothersole, clarinet; Mike Nelson, horn; and new member Dorian Antipa, bassoon.



Visual artist, Dakota Watson
Dakotah Watson was born and raised in Southeastern Idaho. After being involved in visual and performance art at a young age, Dakotah sought out to continuing her studies in the arts. In 2013, she received a Bachelor of Arts in Art from the University of Montana, as well as a minor in Art History and Criticism. Although her main emphasis is painting, Dakotah also enjoys working with a variety of mediums including; ceramics, sculpture, photography, and printmaking. In her current work, Dakotah creates imagery from her childhood using a digital painting approach. The stylization of this medium allows her to use color, line and form in a playful expressionistic quality. Dakotah Watson current lives and works in her home located in Great Falls, Montana.


Chamber Music Series Season Pass
Bringing a big group to a concert? Planning on attending all seven performances? Get the Chamber Music Season Pass and you’ll get seven concert admissions for $75.00 for adults or $25.00 for students!

Season Passes available for purchase at the concert ticket table or online at
The Great Falls Symphony, PO Box 1078, Great Falls, MT 59401

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